RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A deal reached in the State Fair of Virginia bankruptcy case would clear the way for a buyer to purchase the entire fair in an attempt to put on the event in September.
Documents filed Monday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court indicate that the agreement between the lender group and the bankruptcy trustee also would free up funds in several accounts - including more than $356,000 in student scholarships that SFVA previously promised before it liquidated.
A federal judge must approve the agreement. A hearing is set for Wednesday.
A foreclosure auction is scheduled for Tuesday for the 360-acre Meadow Event Park in Caroline County as well as the fair's intellectual property. SFVA filed for bankruptcy after defaulting on nearly $80 million in loans.